Western United will be taking over the airwaves on SEN on Thursday October 13, with interviews and a special, exclusive membership offer throughout the day.
Heading into the side’s opening home match of the season against Sydney FC, the Green and Black takeover will begin early in the morning and run until the evening to promote the huge clash on Sunday.
Throughout the day, fans can take up an amazing offer to upgrade a 3-game membership to a 6-game package for no extra cost.
With the $37 value for an adult 3-game membership, that means new members can attend six home matches in the 2022/23 season at an average of just over $6 per game.
Western United is committed to providing its fans with the most affordable matchday experience, and this exclusive deal will give supporters the best opportunity to watch the Isuzu UTE A-League Men Champions.
The offer will be available only on Thursday October 13 and will be promoted throughout SEN’s programming on the day.
To help promote the deal and preview the match on Sunday, four big Western United names will drop in with interviews scheduled throughout the day.
Connor Pain will begin the day live at 8:40am AEST to detail how United is preparing for the match, with the side eager for a first win of the new season.
After making his debut on the opening night of the season against Melbourne City, James Troisi will discuss his integration into the United side and look ahead to his first home match with the Club when he speaks to SEN at 11:05am.
It will be a trifecta of left-footed stars throughout the day as reigning Player of the Season winner Ben Garuccio drops in at 2:20pm before Head Coach John Aloisi rounds out the day.
The Socceroos legend is leading his men into a Championship defence this season and will discuss the job on SEN at 5:05pm.
Western United fans can tune into SEN all day to get the latest insight from within the camp heading into the big game against Sydney FC and to take advantage of the exclusive membership offer.
Tickets are available to redeem now for Sunday’s game, with plenty of activities planned for the whole family to enjoy at Gosch’s Paddock from 3:30pm before the match.
8:40am – Connor Pain
11:05am – James Troisi
2:20pm – Ben Garuccio
5:05pm – John Aloisi